In 1941 as the magnitude of the Second World War was beginning to strike home, Canadian families bid farewell to  sons and daughters as they enlisted to go overseas. Many of these young people were wounded or killed in battle, or taken prisoner and sent to POW camps. How did Cumberland Township residents support their troops?  They made a quilt. Money was collected from family, friends and neighbours, and their

  Annual General meeting at the Navan Curling Club.  Presentations include a discussion about “Cumberland Village’s” work on historic storyboards and the telling of the story of Cumberland Township’s early history by Gérard Boyer.  See you there!